Chris Roots Master jockey turned trainer Ron Quinton ''can't understand why'' premier apprentice Sam Clipperton doesn't get more rides, but he concedes it is part of the growing experience for any hoop.
John Holloway Australia has another big spender on the international circuit with the Sun International Group purchasing eight well-credentialed broodmares at the Arqana Broodmare Sale in France last Saturday.
Chris Roots When Patinack Farm had its clearance sale at the Magic Millions in June, trainer John Thompson had his eyes on a couple of horses he wanted to keep.
Chris Roots Tim Martin hopes blinkers will help Pampelonne back into winning form in the Razor Sharp Handicap on Saturday.
Michael Lynch Former Purana Taskforce detective Tim Robinson and ex-Seymour police detective Rhys Melville have spent the past two days at crisis-torn BC3 Thoroughbreds' Victorian farm.
Kyle Mackey-Laws The attention turns to Ascot on Saturday, with Perth hosting two group 1s headlined by the $1 million Railway Stakes over the mile.
Stathi Paxinos Bone research could prevent another tragedy like that of French mare Verema in last Tuesday's Melbourne Cup.
Chris Roots Sydney will become the centre of the racing world in April when the Championships take place for the first time and the dream is to have unbeaten Arc De Triomphe heroine Treve and American horse of...
Pippa Cuckson The eventing world is in shock after two horses tested positive to a sedative.
Max Presnell The adroit use of jockeys has spurred the success of Chris Waller, the dominator of Sydney racing.
Patrick Bartley EXCLUSIVE Runners in this year's $6 million Melbourne Cup will, for the first time, have 24-hour guards.
Chris Roots Angry scenes have marred the Magic Millions horse sales on the Gold Coast on Friday after the auction house announced it would exercise its right to withdraw from sale another 13 horses from Nathan...
Chris Roots Angry scenes marred the Magic Millions horse sales on the Gold Coast on Friday after the auction house said it would exercise its right to withdraw from sale another 13 horses from Nathan Tinkler's...
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker A Victorian trainer is one of several thoroughbred racing figures being investigated over the suspected use of peptides in their horses, including the anti-obesity drug given to some Essendon players.
Michael Lynch Former champion Darwin trainer Stephen Brown has felt right at home in Melbourne's heat.
Glenn Robertson-Smith Up-and-coming stars of the turf need special attention to safeguard their bone structure.
Andrew Eddy The Age racing editor Andrew Eddy's guide to the Cup field.
Patrick Bartley The world's best staying race, the Melbourne Cup, could be even better next year with Racing Victoria's international recruiting agent set to target Japanese stayers.
Glenn Robertson-Smith The innuendo regarding drugs in horse racing could not be further from the truth.
Andrew Eddy and Will Brodie There were several familiar local faces with multiples chances still in the Melbourne Cup when second acceptances were taken for the race this morning.